A Good Song Never Dies - Saint Motel

A Good Song Never Dies

Saint Motel

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'A Good Song Never Dies'

Stop, now let's begin
You're in too deep to go back again
Cash, it's pay-to-play
You want more hits than a lemonade

No, you don't own me
You don't even know me

Who, this vagabond
With a toop hop back to the great beyond
How, say genuine
A ground floor up, I can help you find

Oh, you're a dreamer
Call me when you're Bieber

And when they play it, you can't help but sing along
That's nothin' odd, that's nothin' wrong

'Cause a good song never dies
It just reminds you of where you were
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive

No, a good song never...
No, a good song never...
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive
No, a good song never...
Dies

Home, the wonder drug
Don't book no more, think it took too much
Sweat, your equity
Make the caffeine be your weaponry

What, is the reason
There never was one needed

Fear, it's all around
But it weighs too much to slow you down
Now is the time to act
'Cause the best defence is a timeless track

No, you don't own me
You don't even know me

But when they play it, you can't help but sing along
That's nothin' odd, that's nothin' wrong

'Cause a good song never dies
It just reminds you of where you were
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive

No, a good song never...
No, a good song never...
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive
No, a good song never...

There was a moment, a hole opened in the sky
A chance to join that pantheon
For all the times they never heard your battle cry
Now even angels sing along

'Cause a good song never dies
It just reminds you of where you were
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive

No, a good song never dies
Like a lover who won't back down
They'll pull you over to the side
Look you straight into the eyes

No, a good song never...
No, a good song never...
The first time it made you cry
The first time you felt alive
No, a good song never...